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I am confused as to how you can have a charge
which is not registered. Ideally there is a charge other is not a charge.
Do you mean that there is a charging order which
was never registered and therefore never shows at the land registry?
Or, as the property jointly owned and this is an
equitable charge against your share?
I'm also confused as to how JP Morgan can refuse a
charging order although they can refuse a voluntary charge if there is a
restriction in the register to that effect.
I need the full background details please. Thank